The chicken pox is a viral infection for which the person has blisters all over his body. Chicken pox used to be one of the classic diseases of childhood. Years ago it was very common to pass chickenpox at school. However, with the arrival of the vaccine, there are usually no so many cases of chickenpox. Chickenpox is a highly contagious disease.
This disease can be contracted by touching the fluids from a chickenpox blister or if someone with chickenpox coughs or sneezes near to you. It is important that the infected person to avoid permanent physical contact with other healthy people, it is also extremely important to note that with permanent steadfastness should disinfect the utensils and objects that have been used by the patient.
The symptoms of a person who is having chickenpox, besides the granite we can see him all over the body; it is a fever, stomach ache and headache. The blisters frequently first seen on the face, the middle of the body or scalp. As time goes on, blisters become cloudy and then form crusts. Meanwhile, new blisters spring up in groups; often it appears in the mouth, vagina and eyelids. To the discomfort of itching, it is recommended to give him a bath with warm water mixed with cornstarch. This usually takes around two weeks.
We must avoid contact with people who have chickenpox. It is important to vaccinate our children from small, against this disease as annoying. Do not expose to other people, to a patient with chickenpox. The general pattern consists of two vaccines to be administered between 12 and 15 months, the second recommended two months later.